Fabric - Blue Wonder in Stone Blue 100% Certified Organic Cotton
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Fabric is selling by the metre
Please contact me first if you are outside New Zealand or Australia, and you would like to purchase 5m or more of this fabric in one order. International shipping cost might be different.
Blue Wonder story:
The earth and skies collide to create an enchanting setting in this captivating pattern. Immerse yourself in the charming woodland space inspired by New Zealand’s One Tree Hill. Butterflies flit and lambs frolic under the shade of majestic Kowhai, Manuka, Magnolia and Oak trees.
Calm and inviting, you will want to lose yourself in the strong blue tones. However, guided by the sun’s illumination and the soft glow of the southern cross constellation, you will always be able to find your way home to Aotearoa (the land of the long white cloud).
Full of magic and enchantment, iconic One Tree Hill is also steeped in historical importance. As an artist, I have a strong link to its rolling green spaces. They provide such inspiration, it is where I go to feel creative and free.
Spring, summer, autumn or winter, it is the perfect escape. Yet it is also home to so many creatures. Spectacular trees take root in the fruitful soil, providing the perfect haven for wildlife. Celebrate the wonder of nature in this gorgeous pattern.
Material: 100% Organic Cotton Poplin (with GOTS Certification)
Weight: 105 gm2
Pattern repeat: 60cm x 60cm
Use: perfect for summer clothes, baby and kids clothings and re-useable nappies, bedding, pillowcases, cushion covers, and many more.
Care: Cold Machine Wash; Do Not Bleach; Do Not Soak; Do Not Spot Clean; Dry Away from Direct Sunlight; Do Not Drip Dry or Tumble; Warm Iron; Dry Cleanable.
The inks used by our printing partner are produced in Australia by Color Trend under tight environmental and quality control standards.
Pattern is designed by Maggie Lam exclusively for my own brand.
Fabric is sourced locally in New Zealand.
Pattern is screen printed locally in New Zealand.